Sri Kaala Bhairava Temple is consecrated inside the Sri Ganapathi Mantapam (Hall) at the ashram in Sreekrishnapuram, Palakkad district. The temple faces eastward looking towards the lush green paddy fields and plantain plantations. This temple is at the entrance of the Saraswathi Mantapam and Lakshmi Mantapam on the right side.
Sri Kaala Bhairava is the Kshethra Rakshaka - the protector of the premises, the devotees who visit the place, and the resources. Hence, it is imperative to offer respect and express gratitude to the Lord who protects and enables devotees to perform prayers without any unpleasant incidents.
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Dress appropriately, especially in traditional Indian clothes.
Devotees are instructed to offer their respects starting with Sri Ganapathi Temple, to Sri Saraswathi and Akanda Jyothi inside the Saraswathi Mantapam, when head to Sri Kalyana Subramanya Temple, then to Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple and then climb down the stairs to enter the Saraswathi Mantapam and then exit to offer prayers are Sri Kaala Bhairava Temple.
Then visit the Guru Peedam and offer respects to Sri Dakshinamoorthy.
Then visit the Sri Naaga Kshethra and offer prayers at the temple.
Then go to the Anna Dhaana Mantpam and have Prasadam. Prasadam is served three times a day, viz., breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Make all your offerings into the Hundi.
While you visit, you can also book for Poojas at the counter, before you enter the temple.